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Author: Julie Ellis; Pat Duckworth
Publisher: North Hobart : Hear A Book, 1997.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English
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Carols̀ privileged world falls apart when her father commits suicide. These are the days of the Depression and she and her mother must struggle to survive. Carol endures tragedy, comes through the Second World War and the McCarthy witch-hunts, and finally realizes her ambition to become an architect, without betraying her heritage.
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Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Julie Ellis; Pat Duckworth
ISBN: 1864533846 9781864533842
OCLC Number: 221620318
Performer(s): Narrator: Pat Duckworth.
Description: 15 audiocassettes (approximately 22 hr.) : 2 track, mono
Responsibility: Julie Ellis.

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Carols̀ privileged world falls apart when her father commits suicide. These are the days of the Depression and she and her mother must struggle to survive. Carol endures tragedy, comes through the Second World War and the McCarthy witch-hunts, and finally realizes her ambition to become an architect, without betraying her heritage.

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